Name Recognition Carries the Day for Candidates in Michigan’s 10th Congressional District

Republican John James and Democrat Carl Marlinga each won Aug. 2’s primary and will face off in the Nov. 2 general election.
On the strength of the recognition gained from two unsuccessful runs for the U.S. Senate in 2018 and 2020, and the endorsement of Donald Trump, James was the easy winner over a single GOP rival, software engineer Tony Marcinkewicz.
Marlinga defeated four other lesser-known contestants to win the Democrat primary. He is a household name in Macomb County, which comprises the lion’s share of the newly redrawn 10th District.
Marlinga is a 75-year-old retired federal judge and former prosecuting attorney who served Macomb County for decades….

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